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EUROSB104

Reference Name: EUROSB104

Short designation: Eurostandard 15% Coated

Printing process definition: Offset printing, according to Eurostandard System Brunner specification, within ISO 12647-2:2004 tolerances, paper type coated/semi-matte, 115 g/m2, TVI 15%, screen ruling 60 L/cm, for further information see documentation.

Responsible Organization: System Brunner AG, Switzerland

Contact Information:
Mathias Schunke
System Brunner AG
Via B. Luini 12
CH-6600 Locarno, Switzerland
Tel. +41 91-7597300
Fax. +41 91-7521319



CHARACTERIZATION DATA

Documentation source: Eurostandard System Brunner specification

Electronic data source:
1485 patches: EUROSB104.txt
1584 patches: EUROSB104L.txt
ECI2002 enhanced target for System Brunner

Created: May 2004

Measurement backing: White

Terms of use:
System Brunner AG does not make any representation or warranty that that this data sets are free from error. The user assumes all risks that may be incurred through my use of the data and waive all claims against System Brunner AG. This data may not be sold, distributed, modified, edited, or taken out of context such that it creates a false or misleading statement or impression as to the purpose this profile data serves. This data may not included, distributed or commercialised in conjunction with any software without an agreement in written form with System Brunner AG.

System Brunner AG, CH-6600 Locarno, January 2007


TONAL VALUE INCREASE

Densitometric:
15%

Colorimetric:
TVI for cyan, magenta, yellow and black computed from colorimetric data is shown below.
50% 15.6, 16.2, 16.4, 18.2
40% 14.4, 14.4, 15.0, 16.1

Note that colorimetric TVI values will not exactly match densitometric TVI values. See What is colorimetric TVI?



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